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When I was little I had a cat that loved water. He would drink out of the sink while it was running and jump in the bath with me. Haha

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OP can try putting Vaseline on the handles or something. If the cats don't like getting greasy stuff on their paws, they may leave the sink alone.

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My cat won't drink out of his bowl. He will run in the shower with me, and then drink the water after the taps are turned off. I've even caught him drinking the water out of the toilet.

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My cats used to drink out of the toilet when they were kittens, and one them use to jump in the bathtub with my sister.

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My cats come ruining when they hear the toilet flush. They seem to be fascinated by the moving water. They peer over the edge and their little heads wobble as the water runs in a spiral. At least they haven't figured out how to flush the toilet. I can imagine 2:00 am...fluuuush.

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Or better yet, they are conspiring to flood OP's house while she sleeps, thus making her death look like an accident. :o But I mean, your plan is good too. Point is, cats are evil geniuses.

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By  RLG4

That's pretty funny! At least your house isn't haunted (that was my first thought). Maybe you can get child locks for your taps?

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Only problem being that if you're not home when this happens, the tap is just gonna run and possibly overshoot the sink and ruin your floor. I'm sure the cat won't be returning to shut off the water.

If you have one of those hose sprayers, put a rubber band on it so the cats get sprayed when they turn on the water. Hopefully that old prank works.

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